#TwitterCart is a social media addon feature for WordPress Woocommerce that lets Twitter users add items to their shopping Carts directly from Twitter. Customers who have connected their Twitter accounts to shop can ‘save’ an item to their Carts simply by replying to any tweet containing an shop product link with “#TwitterCart”. From Twitter, #TwitterCart lets a customer add it now and buy it later.
Browserweb Inc., a Digital Media Company, is the owner and developer of TwitterCart. When you purchase TwitterCart, you are redirected to the domain https://browserweb.org/account/ which is the billing and “My Account” area for new and existing customers.
At Browserweb.Org, you’ll have access to your account, billing, downloads, licensing information and much more. It’s a comprehensive account management platform to ensure you receive the best possible service at all times.
Full documentation for TwitterCart is detailed on our “Knowledgebase”. You can access it via your account while logged in, but it is also open to the public, a direct link to the “Knowledgebase for TwitterCart can be found HERE.
By connecting your Twitter and shop accounts, you are telling shop that #TwitterCart requests coming from your Twitter account should be added to your shopping Cart. Without that link, the Shop owner would not know to which customer’s Cart to add the item.
To edit your connection preferences, visit your account page or opt out of having Shop respond to your #TwitterCart requests here (your accounts must be connected in order to opt out).
No, #TwitterCart only works for public Twitter accounts and tweets. If your Twitter account is protected, only your followers can see your tweets. This means that #TwitterCart won’t be able to see your replies and add the item to your shopping Cart.
No, replying with “#TwitterCart” hashtag will only save the item to your Cart. You can always review or edit your Cart at a later time.
You will also receive a reply tweet from the shop’s Twitter account describing the status of your request (e.g., whether the item was successfully added to your Cart, if it was out of stock, or how you can finish checking out later).
Most content is public on Twitter, so your #TwitterCart replies will be visible to whomever you replied, to those viewing the conversation, and on your own Timeline (unless your Twitter account is set to private).
A password will be e-mailed to you.